The Southern Israelite
Of interest to a host of friends
throughout the South is the announce
ment of the marriage of Miss Lena
Abelson and Mr. Abe Levy, both of
Chattanooga, Tenn. The former Miss
Abelson is a frequent visitor in- At
lanta and has a circle of friends here.
Miss Frances Lesser of Boston,
Miss Neely Enjoying Studies and
Social Life In French Capital
Miss Rachel Eve Neely, who is do
ing her junior year’s work at the Sor-
bonne, Paris, having gone over with
thirty-eight young girls from Smith
college and the head of the French
department of the college, is having
a delightful time in the French capital,
and is enjoying a great many unusual
privileges. The Smith girls are placed
by the head of the French department
in French families where they will
have the advantage of learning the
language in its purity, and the pleas
ure of being associated with people of
Miss Neely is at home with M. and
Mme. d’Estournelles de Constant, M.
d’Estournelles de Constant being di
rector of the museums of France and
head of the school of the Louvre, Ma
dame being a famous musician.
Miss Clarke Weds Mr. Morrison At
Lovely Home Ceremony
A wedding of much interest to
friends throughout the south was that
of Miss Isabelle Clarke, the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Clarke, to Mr.
Max Ernest Morrison, of Atlanta, for
merly of Savannah, which was sol
emnized at the home of the bride’s
parents on Ninth street at noon Wed
The ceremony, which was witnessed
by the family of the young couple was
performed before an impressive altar
of palms, the background of which
was formed by an arrangement of li
lies and in front of which tall cande
labra held white tapers. Before the
ceremony a group of selections was
rendered by Miss Mary Douglas, vio
linist, accompanied by Miss Hazel
Wood. As the Lohengrin wedding
march was played the bride entered
with her father and was met at the
altar by the groom and his best man,
Mr. Ralph Cohen. During the cere
mony “My Heart at Thy Still Voice”
was softly played.
The bride was lovely in her wed
ding gown of rose beige chiffon fash
ioned with a yoke of lace which was
caught at the neckline with a lovely
pin, the wedding gift of the groom.
The skirt formed of chiffon petals fell
gracefully from a crushed girdle of
the same material. Her hat was a
becoming spring model in rose beige
tones. She wore a shoulder corsage
of Ophelia roses and valley lilies and
carried a small white bible which was
used by her mother at her wedding.
The bride’s mother wore a dress of
Alice blue gorgette with shoulder cor
sage of roses and sweet peas. Mrs.
L. R. Morrison, of Savannah, mother
of the groom, was gowned in a hand
some dress of black velvet. Her flow
ers were orchids.
After the ceremony a wedding break
fast was served, following which Mr.
Morrison and his bride left for a mo
tor trip through Florida.
Mr. Morris Frank has returned from
the Mardi Gras festivities in New Or
leans. While there he was the guest
of his niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Zion Segall.
Miss Eichberg Weds Mr. Van Staveren
At Standard Club
The Standard club on Washington
street furnished a lovely setting for
the marriage of Miss Josephine Eich
berg to Ludo Van Staveren, Jr., which
was quietly solemnized at high noon
February 25. The marriage service,
which was witnessed by a small group
of relatives and close friends, was read
by Dr. David Marx.
The marriage vows were taken be
fore an improvised altar of palms and
ferns, forming a massive background
of greenery for tall pedestal baskets
filled with lilies and alternating with
seven-branched cathedral candelabra
with white burning tapers.
Mrs. Henry P. Eichberg, mother of
the bride, was her only attendant and
wore a gown of tan crepe, fashioned
along straight lines, the skirt modish-
ly draped on the left side. Her hat
was a small model to match, and she
wore a corsage of Ophelia roses. Ludo
Van Staveren acted as his son’s best
The lovely young bride was gown
ed for the occasion in a handsome
ensemble costume of green crepe,
fashioned with a beige crepe blouse
and worn with a small green hat.
A shoulder corsage of green orchids
and valley lilies completed the chic
Immediately following the ceremony
a wedding breakfast was served, the
table being decorated with quantities
of spring flowers.
During the day Mr. Van Staveren
and his bride left for a motor trip
and upon their return will take pos
session of their apartment at 2840
Among the many lovely social cour
tesies extended to Mrs. A. L. Fine-
stone of Rochester, N. Y. was the
bridge party at which Mrs. Charles
Smullian was hostess on the after
noon of February 20th. Among those
who shared Mrs. Smullian’s gracious
hospitality were the Mesdames Fine-
stone, I. Cohen, Ben Bach, J. L. Saul,
Monte Rosing, Abe Herman, Max
Mendel, I. B. Gordon, L. Raines, S.
Smullian, J. Weiss, and Jennie Kahn.
Mrs. Otto Orkin spent the week
end in Chattanooga, Tenn.
Miss Celia Bressler has returned
from an extended trip to Birmingham,
Memphis, and Hot Springs.
Miss Hilda Kaplan of Birmingham
is the charming guest of her aunt,
Mrs. F. Leff.
Mr. Sol I. Golden has returned from
a motor trip to Miami, Fla.
Mr. Harry Greenberg and Miss Rose
Greenberg of Birmingham, Ala. were
in the city for the Y. M. H. A.-J. P. C.
. Mrs. Jacob Buchman has returned
from Miami, Fla., and is staying at
the Henry Grady Hotel.
The many friends of Mr. Jake Fae-
man will be pleased to learn that he
is convalescing from a recent auto
Mass, was in the city recently as the
guest of Miss Belle Clein. While
here Miss Lesser addressed a mass
meeting of Junior Hadassah members
and their friends at the Jewish Wo
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